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More on Zhang Da

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"Designer Zhang Da and his label Boundless have long been synonymous with an intellectual yet relaxed approach to fashion. His recent Shanghai Fashion Week show for the brand’s A/W collection offered exactly that.

Da’s propositions for next season felt familiar, if not necessarily safe. He’s a designer on the constant quest for a distinctive equilibrium between the austere and the luxurious. His aesthetic is cerebral and often literary, a meditative pursuit rather than a process of embellishment – a kind of haute normcore, if you’d like”. Continue reading.

AnyWearStyle x Shanghai Fashion Week 2014

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Our friends at AnyWearStyle are doing an incredible job with documenting and reporting on Shanghai Fashion Week, which ends tomorrow. Find out what’s going on.

Chinese Designer Yifang Wan Wins Vauxhall Fashion Scout’s Merit Award

"The accolades keep pouring in for emerging Chinese fashion designer Yifang Wan, who was recently announced as the winner of Vauxhall Fashion Scout’s Merit Award for the Autumn/Winter 2013-14 season. Previous winner of the Central Saint Martins L’Oreal Professional Award in 2010, Yifang Wan is perhaps best known for her MA graduation collection, which showed at London Fashion Week and was worn by Lady Gaga on her most recent Asia tour”. Continue reading.

New Dimension Beijing

"On 18 May, Hugo Boss is set to launch its 3D New Dimension Beijing event. For the BOSS Black Fashion Show, the brand will showcase its A/W 2012 BOSS Black collection at a live runway show and via live-stream on hugoboss.com in 3D, and optimise the show for iPhone apps and social media networks. In the run-up to the event at the National Agricultural Exhibition Center, to be hosted by Patrice Bouédibéla and Wang Yi-zhi, Hugo Boss is providing free BOSS Black 3D glasses, which can be ordered in advance”. Via Jing Daily.

EcoChic Design Award China 2012

"Redress launches The EcoChic Design Award China 2012, a sustainable fashion design competition challenging emerging fashion designers to create mainstream fashion with minimal textile waste. The competition provides designers with the sustainable design tools to take them through six months of design and theory that culminates at a final runway show at Shanghai Fashion Week in October. Twelve grand finalists will then compete for the chance to design a sustainable collection for retailer ESPRIT, visit John Hardy’s sustainable Bali-based production facilities and visit Hong Kong Fashion Week". Details.

Raffles Privato, Shanghai Fashion Week 2012

"The Raffles Privato show during Shanghai Fashion Week featured 13 collections from the best of Raffles Design Institute, Shanghai’s graduating fashion design class. Some of the school’s alumni are now the stars of Shanghai’s fashion scene, including Helen Lee (class of 2000), who was on hand to witness the next generation of China’s design superstars strut their stuff". Continue reading.